Siberia

Season 1 Episode 3

Lyin' and Tiger and Bare

6
Aired Monday 10:00 PM Jul 15, 2013 on NBC
8.2
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The contestants face starvation when someone burns the food shed to the ground. Meanwhile, mysterious growling noises echo through the woods and Natalie and Annie spot a tiger. However, Neeko finds a loudspeaker and figures that the producers are trying to frighten them.

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  • Very intense!

    10
    This was a really intense episode! Lots of stuff went down! Everyone is afraid of a big bad itiger somewhere, but should they be fearing something else? That last scene was shocking!



    Meanwhile the food has gone up in flames! I absolutely love Caroline after that!



    I'm also really enjoyig the development of several other characters. Not liking Johnny or Miljan at all, but the rest are good!



    Can't wait for the next one!moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Neekko finds the cable and follows one end to the loudspeaker. However, he shows no interest and makes no effort to follow the other end of the cable, which would lead him to the source of the noises.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Miljan: I'm not really competing with other guys for women. I'm not. But I know I could get any of them if I want.

    • Miljan: Come on, it's a tiger, how dangerous can it be?
      Natalie: Shut the *bleep* up.
      Miljan: No, seriously, a big cat. You're like, making a big drama.
      Natalie: We're talking a big cat.
      Miljan: Tiger is a big cat, at least technically.
      Natalie: Are you serious? An 800-pound cat with razor-sharp teeth. Yeah, that's not dangerous at all. That's okay, you can stay down there and be eaten first. that's fine with me.

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Title:
      Referencing the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz. Dorothy, the Tin Man, and Scarecrow chant the phrase "Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!" as they make their way through the forest, until the Cowardly Lion roars at them.

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